Often mocked for the slower paced style of play, the Virginia Cavaliers do have players who can score in bunches.
The Cavaliers, who improved to 7-2 against nationally ranked teams this season, have won in six of their last eight visits to their in-state rival. The Virginia reserve had made only one of his previous 13 shots from 3-point range.
In his absence, Kerry Blackshear Jr. was the man, putting up 23 points, 13 rebounds and 2 steals, while shooting an efficient 10-of-14 from the floor. It's Guy's third consecutive game scoring 20 or more points.
Virginia broke a second-half tie with a 14-4 run for a 48-38 edge with 11 minutes left in the game.
Virginia Tech missed 25 of its 28 three-point attempts.
On Monday, against a very good Virginia Tech Hokies team, Guy's shooting was instrumental in Virginia earning a victory.
UVA also had 13 turnovers, continuing an ugly recent trend, and Tech had a 13-6 advantage in points off turnovers.More news: Trailer before arrival: Rafale jets steal limelight at India Aero India 2019
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The Cavaliers have a well-rounded collection of players without any real headliners, but the team plays such strong defense it will be a task for Duke to overcome it again to claim the ACC title in the upcoming conference tournament.
The 'Hoos (23-2, 11-2 ACC) led by three at the break, but had an unsightly eight turnovers in the first half, and allowed the Hokies (20-6, 9-5 ACC) free will in the paint.
BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) - Kyle Guy scored 23 points and it was his big first half that gave No. 3 Virginia a chance to get things right in the second half.
Virginia Tech dropped to 3-3 in games since senior guard Justin Robinson has been out with an ankle injury.